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September 7, 1905.

Mr. Pat Ryan,
New York.

My dear Mr. Ryan:-

Mr. Leppler referred your letter to a friend of mine and he has asked me to write you concerning same.

This gentleman has a large private collection and he may be able to use some of your old material. I wish you would send me a list of the good things that you have saved and now care to dispose of so that he may have a chance to make a selection. He goes in for fine bead work or any of the better class of stone implements. Make out a list with your lowest cash price for individual pieces and I will see what I can do fhr [[for]] you.

 I have not had the pleasure of seeing you since Lenham had his store on Twenty third Street. Should you be in the city at any time just drop in at the Museum and we can have a chat in my Southeastern "Den".

Hoping to hear from you soon, I am.

Sincerely yours,

Geo. H. Pepper

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